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1

Name the models whose goals are symptom-oriented.
(6)

1. MRI Brief Strategic
2. Haley/Madanes Strategic
3. Milan Systemic
4. Structural
5. Behavioral
6. CBT

2

Name the models that have global goals.
(8)

1. Bowen
2. Contextual
3. Object Relations
4. Symbolic-Experiential
5. Human Validation Process Model
6. Solution-Focused
7. Narrative
8. Collaborative Language Systems

3

Name the models that believe the symptom serves a function in the individual/family.
(5)

1. Haley/Madanes Strategic
2. Symbolic-Experiential
3. Milan Systemic
4. Structural
5. Functional Family Therapy (systems + CBT)

4

In which models is the therapist nondirective?
(5)

1. Milan Systemic
2. Solution-Focused
3. Narrative
4. Collaborative Language Systems
5. Object Relations

5

In which models is the therapist directive?
(7)

1. Bowen
2. Contextual
3. MRI Brief Strategic (less than Haley)
4. Haley/Madanes Strategic
5. Experiential
6. Structural
7. Behavioral

6

Which models use or encourage co-therapy? Why? (3)

1. Contextual - model ethical accountability

2. Symbolic Experiential - monitor countertransference

3. Milan Systemic - male/female to maintain neutrality

7

Which models focus on life-cycle transitions? (5)

1. MRI Brief Strategic
2. Haley/Madanes Strategic
3. Milan Systemic
4. Structural
5. Symbolic-Experiential

8

Which models insist on working with whole families? (3)

1. Haley/Madanes Strategic
2. Structural (see subsystems as needed)
3. Symbolic-Experiential

9

Freud

Psychosexual stages

Goal is to reduce tension/anxiety and restore equilibrium.

10

Erikson

Psychosocial stages

Add impact of society to Freud.

Hypnotist.

Use resistance to foster change, rapid change, paradox.

Therapy done to, not with, families.

11

Jung

Analytic stages

Easter religion, collective unconscious

Strive toward harmony.

12

Adler

Individual stages

Need to belong.

Goal to overcome innate feelings of inferiority.

13

Horney

Psychosocial Analysis

Anxiety is basic human condition (like Freud) but not inevitable.

Discrepancy between real and ideal self.

14

Stack Sullivan

Interpersonal stages

We exist only in our relation to others.

Anxiety arises from social insecurity.

15

Rogers

Self Theory

Primary need for love and acceptance.

Earn conditions of worth.

16

Maslow

Hierarchy of needs.

Self-actualization.

17

Ratter and Bandura

Social Learning Theory

Personality is situation-specific.

18

Ludwig von Bretalanffy

Father of systems theory.

19

Ackerman

Father of family therapy (whole families)

20

Bateson

Father of cybernetics

MRI